Restaurant Guide: Fancy Restaurants

Restaurant Guide: Fancy Restaurants

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Check out these fancy places to dine!

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    A spinoff of a New Jersey restaurant, Scalini Fedeli took over what was once Bouley. There’s still an air of romance in the pretty room, with vaulted ceilings, tapered candles, plenty of antiques, and a preponderance of couples.
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    The food is exquisite but subtle. As you’d expect at this price point, service is formal, with the requisite fine-dining touches (amuse-bouche, petits fours, etc.). Note: The name is pronounced Yung Shik.
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    David Bouley has plans to make it more of its own space (walling it off, for one thing), but not a sign, and not larger—only a dozen people can dine there at a time. The experience is precious and so is the pricing—$150 for omakase.
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    The prix-fixe menus in the dining room range from $85 to $135, and the food is exquisite. A private dining room can seat 12.
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    At David Bouley’s sumptuous flagship restaurant, jackets for men are preferred, not required, but it’s the kind of restaurant where anyone who doesn’t wear one will feel decidedly underdressed.
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    The milk bread, crunchy on the outside, moist on the inside, is astounding. Maybe a civilized restaurant with smooth service and excellent, satisfying food is pretty exciting after all.
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    The food is dazzling, astoundingly complex, and gorgeous. If you don’t believe chefs are artists—and scientists—you will after dining at Atera.
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